For jailbreak fans looking for the next jailbreaking tools for the latest OS, it may not be much longer for Apple to launch the next beta for iOS 9.3.2.
Some believed the next jailbreak tool is going to be released before or during the company’s annual WWDC (Worldwide Developer’s Conference). The last jailbreaking tool was launched in March 2016 by Pangu for iOS 9.1. It’s why Apple has released updates to that patch these security issues, making it difficult for a jailbreaking tool to actually work.
Most people trust TaiG, a well-known, highly reputable jailbreaking tool developer, who announced they would soon release a jailbreaking tool once a final version for iOS 9.3.2 has been developed.
As it stands, the beta is currently in the developing stage. Plus, they’ve begun community testing for iOS 9.2.1 and 9.3 jailbreakers. Pangu does have a beta iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tool called Pangu version 2.2 beta. However, it’s not quite available because they’re waiting for the final version for iOS 9.3.2 to be released.
This means two well-known jailbreak tool developers are in the process of developing a tool and fans are soon going to have it.
Some users feel that both teams won’t be releasing a tool for iOS 9.3.2 because Apple repaired all the security problems hackers were able to exploit. Instead, they suspect iOS 10 will be hacked because it’ll be loaded with bugs. If Apple repairs them, then this version won’t be hackable either.
The WWDC event isn’t too far off, and soon enough the world will know if hackers made an effective jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.2.
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